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The Secret History of Our Streets: London
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The Secret History of Our Streets: London (Paperback)

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The Secret History of Our Streets explores six roads spread across inner London - from Camberwell, Holland Park and Islington to Shoreditch, Deptford and Bermondsey - through the experiences of the people who lived there. Stories of poverty and violence, faith, love and hope, this is an intimate examination of our capital and the changing lives of its inhabitants. The history of over a hundred years of social change, this is the untold history of the sreets beneath our feet.



You'll never look at your own street the same way again.

Joseph Bullman is a documentary writer and director. His documentaries include The Crime Scene Cleaner, the award-winnning The Man Who Bought Mustique and his Lars von Trier collaboration, England is Mine. He received a BAFTA nomination for Best Director for his The Seven Sins of England. Neil Hegarty is the author of Story of Ireland, which accompanied the BBC series, and Dublin: A View from the Ground. His journalism has appeared in the Irish Times and Daily Telegraph and he has written radio documentaries for RTE. Brian Hill is a triple BAFTA-winning film maker who works in both drama and documentary for cinema and television. He pioneered the documentary musical with films such as Feltham Sings. Hill is also Managing Director of acclaimed production company, Century Films.

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thought provoking and entertaining book on how London has changed and the people who lived there.

- 05/06/2015
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